Your Guide To Sliding Door Panel Sizes
If you’re looking for sliding doors for your home renovation project, you’ll want to know what panel sizes you need. You’ll also want to know what options are available to you, so you can choose the design you prefer.
Sliding doors are often bespoke to suit the property, so they are made-to-measure. However, depending on the door system and brand, there will be a minimum and maximum height and width.
For example, Senior Architectural Systems offers a maximum panel height of 3000 mm, whereas Cortizo offers a maximum height of 4000 mm.
In this guide, we’re offering insights to help you choose the right size for your property project. After all, it’s best to get it right the first time. The design plans for a property renovation or construction with premium doors shouldn’t be rushed.
You want to love where you live, after all.
Are larger panels better?
Larger panel sizes will reduce the number of doors required to open. You’ll also have more light access as there will be less frame to restrict the view.
Knowing the length you need to cover is a great place to start.
Offering full flexibility with heights of up to 3000 mm, the PURe Slide inline sliding door by Senior Architectural Systems makes a perfect choice for a residential patio door.
Senior Architectural Systems
Possible configurations start with three leaves all the way up to eight with a left slide. The PURe® SLIDE inline sliding door system is available with a maximum height of up to 3000 mm.
Maximum Sash Dimensions: up to three sashes.
Length: 2500 mm
Height: 3000 mm
Cor Vision Plus
Maximum Sash Dimensions: up to four sashes.
Length: 4000 mm
Height: 4000 mm
For outstanding views, up to 94% of the full door surface is glazed.
Ready to get your project underway?